Thank you in your continued loyalty and support for the Alliance for Women Film Composers. Since the beginning, we have relied mostly on the help of volunteers and sponsors, and kept our membership dues at a bare minimum. In order to continue providing our amazing membership benefits as we continue to grow, including professional development seminars, workshops and social gatherings, the AWFC has adjusted its membership tiers and fees as noted below:
PROFESSIONAL MEMBERSHIP$50.00 / year Join Now
This membership lists women composers in the AFWC directory and grants access to events, workshops, newsletters, festival brunches at Sundance and Tribeca, and networking opportunities.
SUPPORTING MEMBERSHIP$100.00 Join now
This membership is for all other composers, industry professionals and other individuals who wish to support the AWFC. Supporting Members are listed on the AWFC website and granted access to numerous events, newsletters, workshops and networking opportunities.
Student Membership$30.00 / year Join Now
This membership lists women composers who are currently enrolled students in the AFWC directory (with “student” status indicated) and to members of Women in Media. This membership grants access to events, workshops, newsletters, festival brunches at Sundance and Tribeca, and networking opportunities.
Should you have any questions or concerns, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org
Game On! Award-winning Nami Melumad (Medal of Honor: Above and Beyond) will join this great panel at WonderCon, together with GRAMMY®-nominated Austin Wintory (Journey, Aliens: Fireteam Elite), BAFTA-winning Garry Schyman (Bioshock Franchise). They will speak to their experiences of writing music for video games and where they draw inspiration from. These composers will discuss how they collaborate with the game developers to make it the best audio experience for fans around the world. The panel will be moderated by Chandler Poling of White Bear PR. This panel is supported by BMI.
Join in Room 207 on Sunday, March 26th at 2:00pm. ... See MoreSee Less
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The Annual General Meeting for AWFC members will be happening via zoom on Sunday March 26th at 11 a.m. PST / 2 p.m. EST.
We look forward to welcoming in the leadership and board for the new term. ... See MoreSee Less
Check out The Big Score's #TheBig10 with guests Nainita Desai & Heather McIntosh, plus composers Ryan Rumery, Jordan Dykstra, Patrick Jonsson, and Dabney Morris. ... See MoreSee Less
Film Music Media sits down with Grammy-winning composer, songwriter, violinist, and vocalist Lili Haydn to discuss her incredibly diverse career as well as focus on her two new scores for SPLIT AT THE ROOT and GINNY & GEORGIA: Season 2 (co-composed with Ben Bromfield).
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Tune in for this IG Live: Studio Tour with Sharon Farber.
We will tour Sharon’s space and hear about her SCL Award-nominated and current ASCAP Composers’ Choice nominated score to BRAINWASHED: SEX-CAMERA-POWER. Tune in Wednesday, March 15th at 1:00pm PT www.instagram.com/whitebearpr ... See MoreSee Less
The Alliance for Women Film Composers proudly presents the 2023 MENTORSHIP PROGRAM!
Meet our mentees:
Kezia Tomsett, Hollie Buhagiar, Florence Sabeva, Ana Kasrashvili Music, and Alexandra Petkovski
They will be mentored by Teddy Shapiro, Natalie Holt, Siddhartha Kosla, Amie Doherty, and Anne Nikitin Music.
We look forward to another amazing year!
Thanks to all mentors and to our mentorship committee (Stephanie Economou, Nami Melumad, and Ariel Marx) ... See MoreSee Less
Ahhhh I love this! Congrats to the mentees!
congrats to all!
What an awesome group of folks all around!
So excited 🥰
Go Alex!! 🙌
Air Jordon the movie check it out by Miss Cleopatra Bell #ADOS Storyteller archangelcleo.blogspot.com/2023/03/air-jordon-movie-check-it-out-by-miss.html
Free Event: ASMAC - American Society of Music Arrangers and Composers presents
Rediscoveries of Women in Jazz: Babe Egan, Valerie Capers, and more.
Sat, Mar 18, 2023, 12:00 PM PDT
Jazz Historian, Musicologist Jeannie Gayle Pool will share stories about Babe Egan and other women in jazz of the 1920s and 1930s. Valerie Capers will join us, along with Bonnie Janofsky, Janet Klein, and possibly others.
Read about Babe Egan and the Hollywood Redheads (2022) by Jeannie Gayle Pool. “The story of Babe Egan’s life provides provocative insights into the history of vaudeville, jazz, radio, the recording industry, and film production. It reveals how these branches of the early entertainment industry intertwined and formed the basis of our present-day global mass media.”
“Violinist and bandleader Babe Egan was a vaudeville superstar. In 1929, she was one of the highest paid women in vaudeville, earning $50,000 that year (equivalent to $880,000 today). She performed for tens of millions of theatergoers in the US, coast-to-coast, in Canada, and in Europe, and her band was regularly featured on radio. The Hollywood Redheads appeared in the first German talking picture, as well as on its soundtrack. They were booked solid from 1924 until 1933, doing two, three, or four shows a day.”
Hosted by Jeff Kellem. ... See MoreSee Less
What a great night celebrating International Women's Day in London with AWFC members and friends. Thanks to Camden Image Gallery for having us, to our brilliant team of volunteers for organising the event with UK board members Daisy Coole and Jenna Fentimen, and to all agents, publishers & composers who came out to celebrate with us!
Photos by Lauren Cremer / Camden Image Gallery ... See MoreSee Less
Felicidades mi sobrina querida, y a ese gran equipo que te acompaña éxitos y bendiciones
Such a great evening!
Thanks very much to the organising team!
Dios te bendiga hija. Exelente .
Calendar Feedback: Directors should honor (#ADOS) African Americans by hiring (#ADOS) Black Americans to play them t.co/EOuDEPQDoy Movie Proposals and More by Miss Cleopatra Bell an American Descendant of Chattel Slavery/ US Freedmen Storyteller t.co/5sT7AxCEzG